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Kamala Conflates Two Mass Shootings for Political Gain

'When we’re looking at an epidemic of hate, where people are being targeted, just because of who they are... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to Buffalo, New York, last week to speak at a religious service for the deceased Ruth Winfield, a woman who was killed at the Tops Supermarket shooting earlier this month.

Harris, as expected, used the shootings for her own personal political gain.

During her speech she noted that all shootings share one common trait: they are motivated by hate, bigotry, and racism, reported RedState.

“There’s a through line, what happened here in Buffalo, in Texas, in Atlanta, in Orlando, what happened at the synagogues,” she said.

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Further, she encouraged good people to stand up against gun ownership.

“So this is a moment that requires all good people who are loving people to just say we will not stand for this,” the VP said, as the cackling android apparently she held back tears.

In her opinion, it is time for the nation to unite to undermine its own constitution.

“Enough is enough. We will come together based on what we all know we have in common and we will not let those people who are motivated by hate separate us or make us feel fear,” she continued.

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After the service Harris clarified what she was getting at.

“When we’re looking at an epidemic of hate, where people are being targeted, just because of who they are,” she said.

“We all have to stand back and say, wait, enough is enough. A harm against anyone is a harm against all of us.”

According to the Veep, the death of children is particularly terrible. Ironically, the pro-abortion VP called the children from Uvalde, Texas, “babies.”

“We have to deal with it in a number of ways,” she said. “I went through it even at the church, you look at it, from Buffalo, to what’s happened – the babies, and the teacher that’s been killed in Texas.”

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